CNB 88 para vender

Aquileia, Italy, Italia

£5.048.880GBP
Precio publicado €5.971.447 EUR

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Información general
Marca/modelo
CNB 88
Categoría
Used barco para vender
Precio
£5.048.880 GBP | Precio publicado €5.971.447 EUR
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Situación fiscal/IVA
No pagado/ No incluido
Año
2024
Eslora total
26,82 metros
Casco
Glass Reinforced Plastic hull
Quilla
Quilla de aleta
Ubicación
Aquileia, Italy, Italia

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English

The first model to be developed and built by Solaris, the CNB 88 is the latest addition to the CNB family. Naval architect Philippe Briand and designer Jean-Marc Piaton have conceived this yacht as the big sister-ship to the CNB 76, in the same family spirit, with the same simplicity of use but with larger volumes and refinement advanced to the tiniest of details.

The vocation of this yacht is to offer a vast capacity for receiving guests, thanks to her spacious owner’s cabin and three equal-sized guest cabins. The crew also enjoys generous volume in the aft part of the hull, with 2 double cabins that can be equipped with separate or double beds. Dedicated access has been arranged via the galley for optimal crew operation. With a seamless and luxury interior leaving no visible joins, the CNB 88 takes the concept of the elegant ocean-going yacht even further.

Finance options are available and all part-exchanges considered. For more information please contact Ancasta Port Hamble on +44 (0) 2380 450 000 or hamble@ancasta.com

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SPARS & RIGGING

• Silver anodised aluminium mast, 3 sets of spreaders. (Carbon mast optional)

• Silver anodised aluminium boom (pre-equipped for automatic reeling system). (Carbon boom

optional)

• Rod standing rigging

• Running rigging

• Hydraulic vang, outhaul, backstay and halyards adjuster managed by an electric power pack in the

cockpit

• Deck searchlight on mast

• Windex with light

• Carbon bowsprit with fixed davit

• Hydraulic genoa furler

• Guard rails with s/s pushpits and pulpit with 3 rails and a total height of 1000 mm

• Triple s/s lifelines, opening gate in guard rails on each side

• Lopolight (or similar) LED navigation lights

• Harken (or similar) genoa sheet rail and traveller

• Harken turning blocks

• Jammers on the mast for halyards

• 2 x Harken B1130.3STR primary winches in the cockpit (optional electric)

• 2 x Harken B1111.3STR multipurpose winches in the cockpit (optional electric)

• 4 x Harken 990.3STR halyards and reef winches on deck at mast step, 1 electric on the starboard side

as standard, (electric on both sides as optional)

• 1 x Harken B1130.3STR electric winch for the mainsheet installed on a central tower;

(optional Harken electric 6T captive winch)

SAILS AREAS (sails not supplied)

Standard Sail Plan

Mainsail 213 m²

Furling genoa 188 m²

Staysail 111 m²

Asymmetrical spinnaker 580 m²

Performance Sail Plan

Mainsail 228 m²

Furling Genoa 99 m²

Staysail 118 m²

Asymmetrical spinnaker 595 m²

AIR DRAFT (Without Antennae)

Standard Sail Plan 37,9 m

Performance Sail Plan - Carbon 40,0 m

Broker comments

As the first build completed at Solaris, the CNB 88 slips perfectly into the line of CNB yachts. Philippe Briand and Jean-Marc Piaton's mission was to ensure the continuity of the CNB style, while offering something new. The result is a subtle balance featuring clean lines and ever more exclusive choices of materials.

This new model, designed and built at the Solaris shipyard in Aquileia, Italy, benefits from all the know-how of Solaris both in the structure of the boat and in the woodwork in the interior. The design of the saloon gives pride of place to light with its panoramic coachroof, now emblematic of CNB, but also thanks to the area of glazed surfaces overhead and on the aft bulkhead, creating a guaranteed “wow effect”.

But above all, this is a seaworthy boat, as comfortable in the Mediterranean as at the far ends of the world. CNB have chosen simple and proven solutions for ease of use and maintenance.

Performance has obviously not been left aside, with a sail area/displacement ratio superior to that of the CNB 76, promising many happy hours at the helm!

In our eyes, the CNB 88 is the perfect synthesis between the functionality of the CNB 76 and the need for more space, self-sufficiency and luxury.

DECK HARDWARE

• 8 fixed mooring cleats and 4 fairleads. (optional retractable cleats on the toerail)

• Electric windlass,

• 81kg galvanized anchor

• 165m anchor & 13mm chain

• 2 x fibreglass steering wheels (optional carbon steering wheel)

• Compass on each steering pedestal

• 2 x helmsman seats with console for navigation instruments

• Recessed companionway sprayhood

• 1 nav pod on each pedestal for navigation instruments

• Flush deck hatches

• Hatch in the cockpit for access to crew mess and galley

• 2 x accesses to aft lockers

• 2 x adjustable footrests for the helmsmam

• 1 x access to the garage from the cockpit

• 2 x accesses to liferafts lockers from the cockpit

• Teak cockpit table (option to convert it into a sunbath area)

• Space for optional fridge in the forepeak

• Large deck hatch (with exterior lock) covered with teak

• S/s ladder

• The standard equipment includes lights and handrails.

• Access to:

• Bowthruster (optional)

• Hydraulic power pack for genoa furler and staysail furler (optional).

TENDER GARAGE

• The tender garage is accessible from the transom when opened and from a deck hatch located in

the cockpit.

• The garage can accommodate up to a 4.05 m tender

• Dedicated system to help move the tender in and out of the garage

• The large hydraulic aft platform spread to the sea serves as a launching ramp

• S/s swim ladder with teak steps integrated into the platform

• Forced ventilation to prevent petrol fumes to concentrate into the garage is provided by one air

blower

• Dedicated powder fire extinguishing system to protect the tender space

• Fume detector installed in the tender garage to monitor the concentration of petrol fumes

• All electrical appliances inside the garage are ignition protected

LAZARETTES

• There is one lazarette on port and one on starboard

• Access from the cockpit

• Several attachment points

• Electric bilge pump

• Access to the steering mechanism and optional autopilot

• Gelcoat finish

VOLVO PENTA D4-225 (225 hp @ 3500 rpm ) with inline gearbox (optional D4-270 hp @ 3500 rpm)

• Soundproof engine compartment (extra density plate)

• AISI 630 shaft

• 3 fixed blades propeller. (folding propeller optional)

• Engine control panel on starboard helm console

• Fuel tankage: 3000 litres in two stainless steel tanks, located in the middle of the boat

• Fuel transfer pump to allow transferring fuel between tanks

ENGINE ROOM

• Underneath the saloon floor, the engine room is located at the most favourable place for the

boat's balance

• Access by hatches on the saloon floor, and dedicated door under the galley entrance steps

• Sound insulated engine compartment

• Fixed controlled fire extinguisher of the engine room

• 4 lights

• 2 X 230 V outlets

• This compartment receives the main diesel engine, the generator in its soundproof cocoon, the

air conditioning system (option), the water-maker (option), pumps and filters

• The diesel and fresh water tanks are separated from the engine room by B15 fire-resistance

separation

WATER

• 1800 litres fresh water in two s/s tanks, located in the middle of the boat

• Pressurised hot and cold water system

• 150 L water heater on 220V, and heat exchanger from the main engine

• Freshwater shore inlet

• Main Electrical bilge pump in engine room with electrically operated selection valves

• Fire pump in the engine room

• Secondary bilge/fire pump outside the engine room

• Greywater collecting boxes with dedicated pumps will deliver the greywater to a main tank

with a capacity of 400 L. One electric pump will discharge the tank outboard

• All WCs will deliver to black water holding tanks with a total capacity of 400L. Deck

connections will allow emptying the tanks at the dock

TANKAGE

• Fresh water capacity: 1,800 litres

• Fuel capacity: 3,000 litres

ELECTRICAL

• Electrical panel 24V/230V. Control panel in the aft area (crew compartment)

• 1 Shoreline 63A

• 22.5 kW, 230 V/50Hz ONAN generator with sound shield

• 2 x 24V / 110 A battery chargers for service batteries

• 12V main alternator on the main engine for starting batteries

• 24V secondary alternator on the main engine, 150 Amp for service batteries

• 24V service gel batteries bank, 90 Ah capacity

• 24V/230 V/5000W inverter

• Dedicated inverter for galley fridges

• Starting batteries for the main engine and generator

• 24V interior LED lighting

• 2x 230V electric outlets in each toilet and in each cabin

• 2x USB electrical outlets in each cabin, saloon and crew mess

• Smoke detectors in each cabin, saloon galley and technical areas

The new CNB 88, developed and built by Solaris

Naval architect: Philippe Briand

Interior design: Jean-Marc Piaton

Overall length: 92’10” (28.3 m) - including bowsprit

Beam: 22’2” (6.75 m)

Draft:12’4” (3.75 m) optional 10’8” (3.25 m)

Air draft: 124’4” (37.9 m)

Upwind sail area: 4,305 sq ft (400 m²)

Tender garage:13’5” (4.10 m)

Water tank capacity: 475 US gal (1,800 litres)

Fuel tank capacity: 790 US gal (3,000 litres)

Certification: MCA Blue Code

CONSTRUCTION

• The hull shell is processed in 3 steps: hand lay-up for the outer skin, Corecell foam bonded

under vacuum, infusion for the inner skin and reinforcement patches;

• Structural bulkheads are made of vacuum infused PVC foam/glass/carbon and resin sandwich.

Built as per the process used for the one-off constructions for many years.

• Carbon fibre reinforcements on hull bottom and sheerline as well as on every bulkhead area that

need extra strength.

• Girders, keel structures and chainplates are reinforced with carbon unidirectionals

• White gel-coat finish on the hull, white gel-coat finish on the deck and on helm seats

• Watertight bulkheads forward and aft. Bulkheads are laminated and/or bonded to the hull and deck

• Deck made of composite/CORECELL@ foam is vacuum infused

• Deck beams have carbon unidirectional reinforcements

• Composite recessed chainplates

• Main deck is laid with 10 mm teak

• Cockpit sole and seats are laid with 10 mm teak

• Keel fitted to the hull with s/s bolts

• Twin hanging rudders with vacuum consolidated glass and epoxy rudder blades, s/s rudder stocks

• Stainless steel steering cable

• Steering system supplied by Jefa

• Rudder bearings supplied by JP3

• Opening transom/swim platform giving access to the tender garage

ALL FIGURES APPROXIMATE

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ACCOMMODATIONS

• Wood finish: coloured oak and lacquered areas, to be chosen among two ambiences.

• Exposed sides of the floorboards protected via impregnation for extra high impact resistance.

• Wide doors

• Blinds on portholes

• Blinds and mosquito nets on deck hatches.

• Handrails

• Lee clothes in all beds

COMPANIONWAY

• Access to the saloon is through a transverse sliding hatch (electrical in option).

• Companionway wooden steps with recessed lighting.

• Handrails.

SALOON

• Just under the deckhouse, the saloon hosts a sofa and a dining/saloon area.

• Four (4) deck hatches on coachroof

• Direct and indirect lighting via overhead and reading lights.

• Night courtesy lights & 230 V outlets.

• Lockers alongside the hull and behind the seatbacks.

• Space for instruments displays, bookshelf.

• Space for the audio system.

• Lounge space (starboard) with coffee table;

• Relaxing sofa to starboard

• Space for an ice maker (option)

• Dining area (portside)

• Large U shaped settee to port.

• Extending dining/cocktail table for 10 persons.

• Niche for a lit painting and the optional TV on a lift.

OWNER'S CABIN

• The owner's cabin is located forward and runs across the full width of the yacht

• Light and ventilation via 2 fixed hull portholes and 2 opening deck hatches

• General lighting and reading lights

• Double berth, 2.05m x 1.60m

• Drawers and lockers underneath

• Bookshelves and lockers on the sides

• Hanging and lower lockers on both sides

• Working desk to starboard

• 2 x 230V outlets

• The owner's cabin has a fully private en suite toilet & shower

OWNER'S TOILET

• Separate shower stall with grating

• Two fixed portholes and four (4) opening deck hatch for light and ventilation

• Electric ventilation

• Overhead light, and secondary light close to mirror

• Automatic wastewater pump out to grey water holding tank

• Tecma (or similar) freshwater electric marine toilet

• Doube washbasin with hot and cold water

• Bathroom cabinet with electric shaver plug

• Mirror, heating towel holder, toilet roll holder

PORT GUEST CABIN

• Double lateral bed to port 2.05m x 1.60m with access on both sides

• Drawers and lockers underneath

• Light and ventilation via fixed hull porthole and opening deck hatch

• General lighting and reading lights

• Hanging locker on portside

• 2x230 V outlets, 2 x USB outlets

• The port guest cabin has a private en suite toilet & shower

• Separate shower stall with grating

• Opening deck hatch for light and ventilation

• Electric ventilation

• Overhead light, and secondary light close to mirror

• Automatic wastewater pump out to grey water holding tank

• TecmaTM (or similar) freshwater electric marine toilet

• Washbasin with hot and cold water

• Bathroom cabinet with 230 V outlet

• Mirror, toilet roll holder

STARBOARD GUEST CABIN

• Double bed to starboard, 2.05 m x 1.40 m

• Bunk bed as an option

• Drawers and lockers underneath

• Light and ventilation via fixed hull porthole and opening deck hatch

• General lighting and reading lights

• Hanging locker to starboard

• Cabinet

• 2x230 V outlets, 2 x USB outlets

• The starboard guest cabin has a private en suite toilet & shower

• Separate shower stall with grating

• Opening deck hatch for light and ventilation

• Electric ventilation

• Overhead light, and secondary light close to mirror

• Automatic wastewater pump out to grey water holding tank

• TecmaTM (or similar) freshwater electric marine toilet

• Washbasin with hot and cold water

• Bathroom cabinet with 230 V outlet

• Mirror, toilet roll holder

AFT PORT GUEST CABIN

• Double lateral bed to port, 2.00 m x 1.60 m ( to be confirmed)

• Light and ventilation via fixed hull porthole and opening portholes to the cockpit

• General lighting and reading lights

• Drawers and lockers underneath

• Hanging locker on portside

• Lockers alongside

• 2x230 V outlets, 2 x USB outlets

• The aft port cabin has a private en suite toilet & shower

• Separate shower stall with grating

• Electric ventilation

• Overhead light, and secondary light close to mirror

• Automatic wastewater pump out to grey water holding tank

• TecmaTM (or similar) freshwater electric marine toilet

• Washbasin with hot and cold water

• Bathroom cabinet with 230 V outlet

• Mirror, toilet roll holder.

GALLEY - CREW MESS

• The galley is located at aft to starboard, four steps underneath the saloon area, for better

privacy in the saloon and forward cabins

• The galley integrates the crew mess in an open space design

• Permanent access to the cockpit via a staircase through a hatch

• Ventilation and natural light via cockpit hatch and portholes

• Range hood

• Direct and indirect lighting above worktops

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Ancasta Port Hamble

Port Hamble Satchell Lane Hamble
Southampton
Hampshire
SO31 4QD
United Kingdom
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